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The Cervantes Institute is holding screenings from 12 to 15 December to commemorate the works of the Spanish filmmaker Luis Buñuel
Egyptian artists scooped this year’s major wins in the 34th Cairo International Film Festival which comprised 150 films from 70 countries, screened over 10 days
The Cairo Film Festival's winners were announced on Thursday, 9 December with Egypt garnering a large portion of the awards
The winner of the LE100,000 prize was announced yesterday, as a jury selected one of ten competing projects.
Khaled El Haggar's El Shooq, which premiered on Sunday 8 December, is a dark story that explores a poverty-stricken Alexandrian alleyway
Just as Turkish foreign policy is making new headways in the region, Turkish cinema is also advancing
Cairo Film Festival's Ezzat Abou Auf talks to Ahram Online about the improvements to the festival and how it has now reached the 'man on the street'
Voice Over, directed by Svetoslav Ovcharov, takes us into socialist Bulgaria in the late 1970s.
Light and funny with an underlying social criticism, Marc Fitoussi’s French film, Copacabana was screened on 5 December at Nile City cinema
‘As If I’m Not There’ was screened at the Cairo International Film Festival on 4 December. It will certainly make a few heads turn - and maybe gain a few wins
Fame and fortune await two lucky filmmakers as the first Cairo Film Connection competition considers its finalists.
Khaled El Hagar’s latest film, El Shooq, will contend as the only Egyptian main competition entry in this year's Cairo International Film Festival. The first screening is on 5 December
Two guest celebrities of this year's Cairo Film Festival, Juliette Binoche and Richard Gere, talk about their careers at a press conference.
Award-winning film Microphone will be screened during the Cairo International Film Festival, within the Arab feature films section
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Celebrities at this year's festival include Gere, Juliette Binoche and Omar El Sherif
The short comedy Article 212 unearths the constitution's unwritten law
‘Zahaymar’ is the Arabic name for Alzheimer’s disease and as the title of Adel Imam's new film implies, is a look into the dreaded brain disease, thinking and behaviour, in a semi-comedic format.
Diverse programming for December film festivals
Lecture on Digital Cinematography and Breaking the Waves film screening at AUC
The Cairo film festival prepares to kick off on 30 November with a plethora of sections and competitions
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